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Old 04-23-2020, 06:12 PM
DontLetMeDrown DontLetMeDrown is offline
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Default Have you noticed this with routing folders?

I tend to have my aux busses set to audio volume trim as opposed to setting them to volume. I do it this way so that I can still adjust faders even if automation is drawn on the volume trim. Noticing 2 annoyances here-

1) When I convert an aux to a routing folder, it changes the view from volume trim to volume. PT, I asked you to convert my track, not change the view.

2) After I set all my routing folders to volume trim and I work through the session, after 30 mins or so pass, I notice EVERY SINGLE ROUTING FOLDER is set back to volume and not volume trim. I'm thinking, what are the chances that I could hit a hotkey that reverted all those back. They're not grouped.

Anybody else seeing those? I like the convenience of being able to get things out of the way by closing folders, but the trade-off is more clicking on my track views.
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